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The Sked

The tenth World Sacred Spirit Festival, Mohit Sharma’s stage adaptation of Manto’s Toba Tek Singh and much much more.

The Sked
The Sked
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2016-02-20T01:18:08+05:30

Jodhpur Music
Notes Between The Lines

It is the tenth World Sacred Spirit Festival, which will make a pit-stop at Nagaur, before settling on Jodhpur. It is also your chance to experience the spiritual in one of the grandest settings possible—the Mehrangarh fort, which swoons on a cliff towering over the city. Conceptualised by popstar Sting, the festival has been known for presenting Sufi music for some time now. As has been seen with past editions, the line-up boasts a fair amount of pedigree. International music is well represented, with artists like Driss El Maloumi from Morocco, Epi from Mongolia and Sheikh Yasin al-Tuhami, one of the finest exponents of Sufi music, from Egypt. And the Stelios Pet­rakis Quartet from Greece will be bringing along the profound beauty of Cretan...

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